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THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW
A. W. Mnrkle Hdltor
Published Friday of Each Week
404 N. Jersey St. Phone Col." 321
Subscription Pflo $1.60 pt yr.
TUB RKVinw it entered at post office
In PdrtUnd, Oregon, m mail tiiattor
ei tho second class under the Act of Con
(res of March 3, 1879.
Y. W. C. A. Notes
Owing to tho iimiiy activities in
the community tho girln have not
boon able to perfect their play
that was to ho given Suturiluy
night, Juno 3rd, no it huu been
postponed to June 21. Tho play
is entitled "A Commanding Posi
tion" and will bo given on that
Tho Kninbow Club will present
nn operetta, "Florindii" or "Tho
Itoso and Pearl" on the evening
of Juno 17th. This is u beauti
ful fairy story from Grimm's
Fairy Tales and consists of fairy
and witch choruses and danees,
fancy costumes and good singing.
Keservo Juno 17th and iMth for
tho Y. W. 0. A. entertainments.
Proceeds for Summer camping.
The girls will sell tickets. Adults
25c; nil club girls not taking
part 15c; children tinder 12, 15c.
St. Johns is to have 0110 of the
finest Kadio Clubs in Portland
On Tuesday evening, June 0th, at
7 p. in. a mooting of all tho boys
and girls of the St, Johns dis
trict is to bo held at tho Y. V. (..
A. building for the purpose of
organizing this club, firing dad
and mother along, too we'll in
terest them as well. Wonderful
things have already been planned
by tho committee. Do Hiiro and
come ho wo can tell you about
The recently organized St.
Johns base hall team compimud
of local players, made good with
a vengeance by winning its first
two games on the Pier Park dia
mond, defeating Irvington 12-10
on Sunday and the hVemonl Ath
letic ' club 7-1 on Memorial Day.
In the Unit game Irvington man
Aged to amass a 10-2 lead buforo
tho local boys had time to try out
tho talent on hand and form a
winning combination. With air
tight fielding and pitching St.
Johns fought an uphill game
and forged to tho front in the
eighth when a slugging rally
drove tho Irvington hurler from
tho mound. Larsuu twirled a
good gamo, yielding ! hits and
striking out 18 men. Ihiors in
tho early innings wcro rospniiHi
Mo for tho visitors' runs. "Smo
ky" Mueller showed tho sami1
old stud that made him the pitch
ing "Ace" 01 the Iuterseholasti
Ticoguo when he let the Kreinoii
Athletic club down with 2 hit
And turned 20 men back via the
strikeout route. He was manic
of tho situation at all tiuioM am
proved an uusolvablo piuxlo to
tlto i'romont team. Suuli bill
limit twirling was ueudod to oil'
set tho elfeetive hurling of Jell
Hiniin, tliu visitors' mouuilMiuau
who ran "hmoky" a close see
ond in pitching honors. "Snud'
Surbcr broke up the gamo in the
7th inning with a double that
emptied the Hacks. These two
games were arranged to try out
tho metal of tho local men. It is
now definitely proven that the
bt. Johns team is capable of
holding its own with any semi
pro team in tho city and is wor
thy of roprpsonting tho liomt
town. A gamo will bo played at
nor Park Sunday next at 2:30 11
m. Tho oppoHiiiL' team is n i
known hh this paper goes to
proas, but a game has been book
ed. Tho St. Johns team has been
greatly strengthened by the ad
riition of now men and will be
outfitted in suits for Sunday's
game, Henry Jower and Harrott
will udd strength to tho intleld.
aud an ex. Pacific Coast Leaiiuer
is signed as battery mate to
"oraoky" Mueller. A him hit
ting outfielder has been secured
to alTord offensive strength. -
The Federated Society of the
Christian churches of 'Portland
anil vicinity held an all day insti
tute in the St. Johns Christian
church Thursday, May 21, with
Mrs. C, 0. Kurtz, president, pro
nidiuir. MorniiiL' devotion wiw
led by St. Johns Society. After
rou can ami uiscussion on Mm
flion tonioti all mlimirncrf to tin.
dining room where a delicious
mncneon was served to more
than 125 guests. Our state pres
ident, Mrs. Kendall of MoMinn
ville, gave a most inspiring after
dinner talk on our missinnnrv
work. Heginniiig the afternoon
esBion a round table discussion
was led by our district secretary,
Mrs. Starr. Following this "a
moat enthusiastic address on
sacrifico and servico was given
by our state secretary, Mrs.
Swope. A reading by Mrs. Fow
ler ftf the East Side ohureh was
most thoroughly enjoyed by all.
A splendid uddress on "Loyalty
to the Missionary Cause,,byMrs.
Kendall closed the day's pro
Diamond Tires are guaranteed
to give YOU satisfaction. See
them at Peninsula Garage, 212 S.
Jersey. Watch the windows.
OILCLOTH, Yard u 45c, 35c
Women's Muslin Night Dresses $1.00
TENNIS SHOES ' $1.25, $1.40, 51.50
Women's Kid House Slippers $2.00, $2.15
Good Quality lYIUSLIN,"Yard 16c
ORGANDIE, Yard 60c, 45c
MIDDY TIES 85c, 50c
Dress Shields, Pair 45c
Women's Bolts 50c, 25c
Boy's Wash Suits,Tto 6 Years $1.40, $2.25
Women's Work Gloves 69c
Men's All Leather WORK SHOES $2.75
Men's Fine-OXFORPS $5.50
Boy's Dress BLOUSES 75c, 95c
41a n. Jersey btrcct
Fridayi Saturday anil Monday Specials--
Illnek and Tan Oxfoids, at. . $ 1,50
I'ancy Dress Shoes. ...... . . 5.50
Nntionnl Guard Shoe '1 85
lilk-Scout Shoes at $2.05
Work Shoe.$2.5, M.OO. $3 05
and . . 3 1)5
Hood Work Shoen, at 2 35
U. S. Hoy's Tenuis Shoes. . . . 2 35
Women's Champion Oxfords 1 25
Men's Tenuis Shoes, Hliick or
White 1 75
Work Shirts 05c, 85c
dig Yank Khaki Shirt i)5c
Hots of the Road Hickory
Itlack S:ittccu Shiits 1-00
Leather Knee- Cloves 25c
Canvass Gloves, 15c, 2 pair. . . ,25c
Dicks Shirts $1.15, 135
Hoy's Dress Shirts 1.00
Athletic Underwear 85c
l-'luc new lot of I.ndles' U
arrived at Reasonable Prices.
Store full of Bargains. You aro Missing Somo
thing if you fall to look them over. Come in and go
acquainted with my Prices and Goods.
J. SUBOTNICK, Proprietor.
Dr. V. P. Schultze, Hes. Col. 1131
Onice Col. 370
Drs. Schultze & Swart
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
1C, Houhniii & Currier Hldg.
Phone Ray Bilyeu
TOR YOUR FOUR FOOT
CORD and SLAB WOOD
Qatton Ranch Qaty
Buy Pure Milk Direct From The Farm
The Dairy is tinder strict supervision of the City
Health Department and the Cows are tested
for tuberculosis every six months.
Phono Col. 321 for orders
CENTRAL CASH GROCERY
108 Philadelphia St. W. J. FORSYTHE
Opposite Masonic Building
Now Open For Business
A visit to our store will convince
the most skeptical that our
Prices and Quality are
Cotton Ribbed Union Suits. . .
Halbrlggau 2 piece Suit, Gar
Special Prices on Men's Work
Pants, $1.50, 1 75, 215
pa 'ir, mid
Good Union Mode Overalls.. 1
Moss of the Kond and Henri
Lli'bt Overalls 1.
Men's Sox, 2 for 25c
Men s Dress box
Illg Lot of Hoy's Wash Suits
Keg. 2.50 for
Hoy's aud Girls' Union Suits.
Children's Socks, . 25e, 35c,
Hoy's Huts and Caps,.. 35c,
r.Irls Hats nt 9
l.iiriics' and Men's Outing Hats 75c
One Lot of Men's Straw lints 50c
Ilk' lot liovs' Overalls, sl.es 8
to 1.1 $1.00 to $1.35
ndcrwear, including Athletic, just
Dr. I). S. Swart, Kin. Col 283
Office Col. 379
What You Discard tho Crippled
and Handicapped Can Convert
into Employment and Relief.
Furniture, clothing, shoes, hats
utensils, tools, tires, inner tubes,
automobile accessories, books,
stoves, machinery, toys, dishes,
IN ANY CONDITION, will help
tho helpless to help themselves.
Tho truck of the Public Welfare
Industries will call promptly for
what you have discarded, if you
will kindly FIION'U MAIN 7051.
For Sale, at D2'J ( alhottn, by
owner, now modern house, living
room, bed rnnm, built-in Dutch
kitchen, dining alcove with built
in china elosi't, complete bath
room, cemcni walks nud steps; 2
50x100 foot lots, level with side
walk. A dandy place for a eou
plo wishing to keep cow or
chickens) $2200, terms. Call
Col. 1001, or write Mr. Hoy
Crouchlcy, 020 X. Central Ave.
A complete line of garden
tools, lawn mowers and grass
seed. IJcyerlo & Armstrong.
To Trade Husiiuw property
in St. Johns yielding 10 per cent
on $1500. RICH & TATE, Realtors.
702 S. Jersey Street
I'llONlt CO!,. Ffi0
Time lo plnnt nt Gi-rmititiM, Hello.
trocs, Cult it, etc, fir Im-xi, betW and
boskets. AIo l'miy (.ml Tutimto IMiuil.
Member IHiiM rs Kxclmtiup
W. P. Greene & Son
Contructors & Builders
G25 It m'UUNAK STHHHT
rortlnml, Ore. Miotic Col. 1025
For Fine Chocolates
Ice Cream, Tobacco and Cigars
!)11 South lersey Street
I'lioue Colinnliiii ,2
C. II. SEELEY
Painter, Paper Manner and
101 N. Olympln St. Cor. It. Charleston
30X3' a CORD TIRES
St. Johns Garage
216 N. Jersey Street
Idle Hour Pool Hall
207 N. Jersey Street
OI.OVHK & AM.I?N. Pronator
T. A. Glover, MHihiger
Cignrs, Tobacco and Soil Drinks.
Geo. W. Muhm
Contractor nnd Builder
Plans and Specifications furnished
Free where I build. Residence ad
dress 108 Smith nve. Col 062.
Railroad Travel Costs are Down
and Eastern Cities
Via The Scenic Shasta Route
25 Saving to San Francisco and return
Sle ilate June 3 to 13 inch Final limit July 31st
Sale (lute June 15 to 20 inch Final limit July 20th
Summer Tourist Fares
East Through California
Cost Much Less this Year
You may visit San Franscisco, I.os Angeles and. San Diego, wonder cities of the Paci6c
Coast; California's Charming Seashore ami Mouutain Resorts, Three National Parks
anil scores of inviting pleasure places,
Swing East this way and see more of the U. S. A.
Round Trip Fares
To Points In The Willamette Valley
Are the Lowest In Years
For sale dates and other particulars ask agents
Plan now to make trips this summer and take
advantage of great reductions iu railroad fares
For fares, reservations, train schedules, transit limits, stopo.-er
privileges or beautiful folders inquire of ageuts
SOUTHERN PACIFIC LINES
JOHN M. SCOTT, Genera! Passenger Agent
In Internal Medicine for
the past Eleven Years
DOES NOT OPERATE
Will be at
TUESDAY nud WEDNESDAY,
June 6th and 7th.
Office Hours: 10 a. m. to 4 p. m.
TWO DAYS ONLY
No Ohargo for Consultation
Dr. Mellenthin is n rcgulnr
Krottttntc in medicine nnd surg
ery mitt iN licensed hy tho state
of Oregon, lie visits profession
ally the more important towns
and cities and offers to all who
eall on this trip free consultation
except the expenso of treatment
According to his method of
treatment hu does not operate
for chronic appendicitis, gall
stones, ulcers of the stomach, ton
sils or adenoids.
lie has to his credit wonderful
results in diseases of the stom
ach, liver, howels, blood, skin,
nerves, heart, kidney, bladder,
lied wetting,cataarh, weak lungs
rheumatism, sciatica, leg ulcers
and rectal ailments.
If you havo been ailing for any
length of time and do not get
any better, do not fail to call, as
improper measures rather than
disease arc very often the causo
of your long standing trouble.
Kcmcmbcr above date.tlint con
sultation on this trip will he free
and that his treatment is differ
ent. Married women must be ae
oiiipanie.l by their husbands.
A.i.livs ;i;i(i Dostou Block,
At St. Johus Rink every
Thursday and Friday by
Jack and Gill Glob
Teacher of Piano
Pipe Organ and Harmony
MISS M AUG A RUT NOTZ
721 8. Jersey Street. ;. Umpire 1271
: Uviry Sunday night at Midway
Hall. Music by heven piece or
clatra. Take Vancouver cor to
Midway Admission 35c nud 50c.
Dancing starts at 8jPjiiij
Piano Tuning Repairing
E R N E S T II AliOLD
Shop at 107 W. Hark v Pkont 5J7M
THE I HOUSE
Moved to 217 North
Jersey, formerly occu
pied by Joy, the Tailor
Telephone Empire 1399
H. A. MANNING
If You Want
The Modern Electric Wash
ing Machine has been called
the greatest of all
Appllauccs ever produced
for the Home.
Wc believe you will agree
with this strong statement
after you have seen one of
these machines in action.
Drop in any time for free
Electric Store Electric Building
Light & Power Company
"Buy Yoia DedncGecds at an Decisive"
LAW N MOWERS
Sharponcd and Repaired
Uicvcle Repairing. Saw Mllng
Light Brazing Work, Key Fitting
aud Umbrella Repairing promptly
done. New and bccoml-IIauii li
cycles for sale. Get new tres put on
your Uuuy isugglcs ami Uo(Jarts
Makes ihcin run easier.
l'RICHS RIGHT GIVU MH A TRIM
A. W. ALLEN.
118 I'hllariclphla Street, St. John
1032 N. Syracuse Street
Patronize Your Local Laundry
Hnnil l'lnlih Work Metvleil and
I)rnel a Specially. I'umlly W-ih-
Iuk m! Wet Viuh Solicited.
Uuti'llei Culled for amf Delivered.
J'ioio Coif hiji 14(17
St. John, Oregon
J. W. Hcrwlck C. O. Ilerwick
1'hone Col. r82
Ret. 1025 S. Jars ey
J. W. HERW1CK & SON
Wood of all Kinds
BRICK. SAND AND GRAVEL
Qet CO shoots of linen uoto pn
per nnd 25 linen envelopes at
this ofllco for two bits.
HOLMES LODGE NO. 101
KNIGHTS or PYTHIAS
Meets every I'rlday night t
7:30 o'clock in BICKNIJR
Hall. Visitors nhvitys wel
come. E. E. I'll It. MPS, C.C.
A. CAKL Nl'.t.SON, K. K, t
No, 43 R. A, M.
Stuted meetings on the first
Monday of each month lu Ma
sonic Hall. Visltori Welcome.
j. n. vitBSTi;R.K. it. r.
I. it. LHMON. BqcftUry.
Laurel Lodge, 1, 0,0. F.
No. loo, si. Johns, urapon
Meets each Monday ovcuIiik In Oddl'cl
lows hall nt 7:3o. A cordial welcome to
all visititiK brothers.
TliommTlionipnon, N. O. Kil. Gltti, V. O,
Itdw. Connnut, Ktc. B.! O.W.Notcne. fin. Bee
II. V. Clark, Trcon.
St. Johns Gamp No, 7546
Modern Woodmen of America.
Wc heartily solicit the attendance of
our members at our regular meetings
every 2d and 4th Thursday evening.
A. S. Derry, E. K. Corbctt,
116 W. Tyler St. 029 3. Jersey St.
Woodmen of the World
St. Johns Camp 773
Oool.Ilvr mrctltiK every Monday creutag
In Ulckuer llall, llurMnstoii and Jeraer street.
Vlaltorialwn; welcome. Old membara come
out and aee what a lire camp you belong to.
II. I'ltTltKS, C. C. W. A. THOUT, Clerk.
DORIC LODGE NO. 132
A. P. and A. M.
Meets the first nnd third
in Masonic Hall. VUI
John M. Illalr, W. M.
A. W. Davis, Secretary,
Minerva Chapter No, 105,0, E,S,
A Meets everv second and
fourth Tuesday of each
..in. fit t. rnas..li. frtl
R'fiBP' Visitors welcome.
nrace I.. Dlalr. W. M
lleatle V. Pott, Hec.
1177 Amhcrtl street.
The Fraternal Boosters
Meets every First nnd Third Wed
nesday iu the
Odd Fellows' Hall
Join and Melp Boost
omccCol. 025 KcsldcnccCol. 477
Dr. E. P. Bordon
Painless extinction of teeth under nitrous
x oxide gas
Peninsula IlauK Hldg.
' Jbi. Portland, Oregon
PENINSULA HUE ABSTRACT 4 REALTY CO
H. HENDERSON, Managar
. 402 H, Joraay Strait
Abstracts of Title l'rcjuucd
Photic Columbia 2G5
Poff & O'Neil
TRANSFER AND STORAGE
Sand and Gravel
Dally Trips to Portland
Phone Col. 30B 208 N. JERSEY ST
Frank A. Rice
Office 107 N. Jersey Street
Phone Col. 887 flcaldencc Col. 39
All Kinds ot Truck and Team
Work, Furniture Moving, llascuicnt
Digging, Sand and Gravel; Wood
for sale Cordwootl $7.50; Planer
W. S. JEANS
Col. 122 310 K. Polk- St.
STUDIO, 215 N. Syracuse Street
Phone Columbia 302
Alci. S. Scales Nri. C. A. kVtw
Scales & Blew
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
We Buy and Sell
Agent for Sibloco Pineless l'urnace.
Phoue Col. 255 402 N. Jersey
Dr. W. J. Gilstrap
Physician & Surgeon
Glasses Accurately Fitted
X ray Laboratory
Peninsula Security Co. Dldg,
R. G. Muck
A. A. Muck
Phones Col. 118
Phones Col. 123-1
907 Fessenden Street
Sand, Gravel and
Members of the Builders Exchange
Fhone Columbia 977
PENINSULA ELECTRIC CO., Inc.
ueciricai Engineers and Contractors
WIRING FIXTURES AND Sl'l'l'UKS
General Kenalr Work
109 S, Jersey Street. - Portland, Oregon
Phone Columbia 874
L. R. NICHOLS
Chimney Brick. Cesstool Brick.
also Contracts taken for Dippinr
502 N. Edison Street
Legal Guarantee Giveru
No nttJ l ' KnUna pain continue work.
Ask to m Ole-onU Pile Treatswst.
C 11 rr in's 2ror Drugs
St, Johns, Oregon
I Luy or sell St. Johns Property
M. W. UAVIb
Rre Insurance and Notarv Publk
List your property with me if yon
aesue to sen quickly